Three Things to Know for Tuesday, August 16th!
1. We all know the sidewalks can take a beating, especially along the popular Freedom Trail. There is currently work taking place on Commercial Street in front of the Brinks garage.
2. Clippings from the news:
Getting to “A”. As the City prepares to rollout its new restaurant grading program, see how some of your favorite restaurants fared during their most recent food safety inspection. After follow-ups, all restaurants eventually earned an “A”. The Boston Globe has the full list, which includes some familiar North End restaurants.
A visitor’s guide of activities to do in Boston for the morning, afternoon and evening, including “10 more wicked fun ideas” and even tips to get around. Matador Network has the full rundown, including stopping in the North End for some “seriously awesome Italian grub.”
3. Looking to continue your eventful summer? Take a look at the events calendar:
10:30am Storytelling at Faneuil Hall Marketplace [near Wagamama]. Join professional storytellers outside at Faneuil Hall Marketplace for interactive tales. Created for younger audiences, but fun for all ages!
6:30pm Sunset Harbor Cruise [FOCCP]. Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park and your neighbors for an evening on the harbor. Boarding at 6:30 p.m., setting sail at 7:00 p.m. $45 per person, adults only. For information, go to www.foccp.org.
7:00pm RUFF Meeting at Nazzaro Center. Help RUFF plan for fall fundraising and events, located at 30 North Bennet Street, Boston.
Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.
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